Office manager Myrna Gibbens has local handicrafts for sale this year at the tourist information centre, which opened last Saturday in the old train station.

Visitors from Switzerland and Poland were among the first to sign the visitor registration book when the tourist information office opened for another season in the old train station on June 1. “We got off to a good start on Saturday,” said office manager Myrna Gibbens. “We had 15 visitors drop into the centre on […]

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